Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sex and Expectations

Philosopher Neil McArthur asks an interesting question which is the title of his essay:  “Should We Have Sex Because Our Partner Wants To?”  McArthur is asking whether one has an expectation—maybe even obligation—to have sex with one’s partner just because … Continue reading

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The Science of Soccer

The World Cup is upon us again.  I don’t follow soccer, but there is a really cool scientific study about the effects of the panel shape of the soccer ball while it’s in flight.  It has full graphs and illustrations … Continue reading

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Study on Free Will shows that People Base Free Will on the Mind, not on the Soul

Most people argue that free will exists, but the main reason it exists is because of some metaphysical criterion, namely a soul.  However, a new study recently came out that many people attribute free will not to the soul, but … Continue reading

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